Virtual Field Trips To The Zoo In The USA

#1

Bronx Zoo

When visiting NYC, don't miss out on visiting the largest urban zoo in the United States. The Bronx zoo houses thousands of animals. In addition to the animal exhibits, there is a nature trek where you can get eye level with the giraffes, a bug carousel, a treetop adventure course and so much more!

#2

Zoo Atlanta

The Atlanta Zoo, located in Atlanta Georgia is a viewed as on of the finest zoological institutions in the United States. The zoo has over 1,000 animals from around the world. The Atlanta zoo is known for the Amphibian and Reptile experience and it has the largest populations of great apes. To cap off the experience at the Atlanta zoo, make sure to visit the giant pandas including Ya Lun and Xi Lun, a set of twins born to Lun Lun in 2016.

 

#3

National Zoo

The National Zoo is located in Washington D.C.. The official name of the zoo is The National Zoological Park. It is part of the Smithsonian Institute and doesn't charge admission. The zoo is home to about 2,700 animals to 390 different species. About one-fifth of them are endangered or threatened. The National Zoo is best known for the Giant Pandas!

 

#4

Chattanooga Zoo

The Chattanooga Zoo is Chattanooga, Tennessee. The zoo is broken up into different areas. The is the Corcovado Jungle, Gombe Forest, Makazi Ya Twiga, Deserts & Forests, Walkin' the Tracks and Warner Park Ranch. There is also a petting zoo for children. The Chattanooga Zoo is quaint in size, but don't miss out on giraffes and jaguars!

Virtual Field Trips To Zoos Around The World

#5

Edinburgh Zoo

Scotland

Edinburgh Zoo, formerly The Scottish National Zoological Park is a non-profit zoo located in the Corstorphine area of Edinburgh, Scotland. The Edinburgh Zoo was the first zoo in the world to house and breed Penguins. The highlights of the zoo are the Giant Pandas and the Queensland Koalas.

#6

Marwell Zoo

United Kingdom

The Marwell Zoo is located in Hampshire, England. It is home to hundreds of animals including giraffes, tigers and penguins. Don't forget to visit the Snow Leopards, Cheetahs and Hippos. There are also gardens, train rides and playgrounds. This zoo is also the home to many animals with fur, feathers and scales.

 

 

#7

Zoos Victoria

Australia

 

Zoos Victoria is a world-leading  organization that is dedicated to fighting the extinction of wildlife. Zoos Victoria is made up of three separate zoos. They are the Healesville Sanctuary, the Melbourne Zoo and the Werribee Open Range Zoo. These are the zoos to visit when in Australia. These zoos are homes to giraffes, lions, zebras and penguins.  These zoos are known for the emus, kangaroos and koalas.

 

 

 

#8

Paignton Zoo

United Kingdom

The Paignton Zoo is located in Devon, in  South West, England. The zoo is one of the most exciting attractions in South west. This zoo is the home of a savannah, wetlands and a tropical forest. These special designed habitats will allow the animals from all over the globe feel right at home. The zoo is part of the South West Environmental Park. The Paignton Zoo is home to many mammals, reptiles, birds and amphibians. Check out the Great Big Brick Safari and you can even adopt an animal!